Culture is the title of Migos‘ album, which arrives this Friday (Jan. 27). There’s much more meaning behind the title than one would think. Sit back, reflect, and think about it—ponder on all of the rappers who used their flow and gained popularity from their cadence. The list is extensive and too long to go into detail. Maybe at a later time. But now it’s time for the trio (Offset, Quavo, Takeoff) to show everyone where the culture came from. The Nawf (Northside) is where they’re bringing their sound from. They always said that if they make it, they were going to make sure everyone knows where the sound came from. Although the Northside isn’t a part of Atlanta, they made it a part of Atlanta, as they have also maintained a heavy presence in the culture. It’s that same culture that they have helped shape.

Following the release of their album this Friday, Migos will be hosting a “Culture Class” at NYU. The class will take place at the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Film Center and the Clive Davis Institute for Recorded Music are the sponsors behind this class.

There hasn’t been any links for tickets just yet, but you can peep the class details on Migos’ Instagram.